ed.lau at mail.ee
Thu Dec 21 19:05:53 UTC 2006
> NTFS mount options include ´umask´ I believe...
> Try to mount with umask=777
1) open terminal
2) type: id - you will see the currently logged in user ID (UID) and
group ID (GID) - remember them. Usually they are both 1000. If you need
current user to access NTFS, then those are the ID-s, what you need.
3) into /etc/fstab write:
/dev/hdb2 /media/hdb2 ntfs
defaults,nls=utf8,umask=007,uid=1000,gid=1000 0 0
You may also not use the umask parameter in /etc/fstab
4) The NTFS partition will be mounted with appropriate user rights:
sudo mount -a
For checking, what and where is mounted:
5) You may want to set right permissions to the folder, where it will be
By the way - there are the project called Linux NTFS -
You may want to mount NTFS with full write access...
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